An ejector button has a completely diferent meaning in firearms technia.
A bolt is the mechanism that slided back & forth to to move the cartridge into the breech for firing and, via the extractor mechanism, removes the cartridge for ejection, removal from the chamber and the breech.
I am not familiar with any mechanism named “ejector button.”
A button would indicate a mechanism which would initiate the ejection procedure. The mechanism you have describes performs a different procedure.[/quote]
Thanks for the info. Very informative.
I was actually doing a translation of a patent for a toilet brush with a replaceable head, so it had nothing to do with firearms. The “ejector button” on the shaft of the brush did indeed “initiate the ejection procedure,” so I went with that term. The only reason for my query was that at first I’d googled up “ejector block” and had found a ton of sites dealing with firearms, so I’d wanted to confirm what exactly an ejector block was.